Is Gang Harassment Prohibited By Law? Yes, it may not be described as “gang stalking” per se, but the methods and tactics perpetrators use against their victims or targets are not permitted by law.
Find various laws that gang stalkers violate. This information is not offered as legal or prescriptive advice and you should check local laws for specificity. Your state statutes should provide provisions similar to those provided in this document.
1. Federal Law RICO – 18 USC Chapter 96 if it is about organized crime; There must be some kind of company, system or group of people doing illegal activities for profit.
2. Stalking Laws – Wisconsin Statute 940.32; you would have to go after each individual stalker, which, as we know, is difficult to do if the individuals who stalk rotate and change and if you can bother to get the authorities to take it seriously.
3. Harassment Laws – Wisconsin Statute 947,013; you would have to demonstrate a “course of conduct” that signifies a pattern, or repeated acts that harass or intimidate a person and, a more serious subsection that can get the perpetrator (s) into more legal trouble is whether you can show a “threat” , which means that a real threat would have to be made against you. But you cannot bring a private cause of action, in short, you cannot obtain damages (receive monetary compensation) for the harassment.
4. Transfer to land – Wisconsin Statute 943.13. Even if you are a tenant of a property and did not give permission for someone to be on your property, you still qualify. This statute can help if you can really show the infraction, such as stalkers actually entering private property or placing surveillance equipment or eavesdropping on the ground.
5. Illegal transfer to the person /
Battery, Battery, False incarceration.
Battery – Wisconsin Statute 940.19, you must prove bodily harm without your consent.
False Imprisonment – Wisconsin Statute 940.30, you must prove that someone you knew did not have the legal authority intentionally confined or restrained you without your consent.
6. Invasion of Privacy – Wisconsin Statute 942.08; it would have to show that a person entered a place where they would expect privacy, or entered private property, and observed it or installed some surveillance device on that property.
7. Defamation – Wisconsin Statute 942.01; you would have to prove that someone communicated something to a third party, of a defamatory nature that was false, without good reason, without justification and that you did not have any other privileges (which means that you did not consent to the communication and the person communicating libel had no absolute privilege to do so.)
If the person can show that they have a conditional privilege to communicate the defamatory material, it cannot be considered defamatory.
Slander, spoken defamation, requires the testimony of 2 other people that they heard and understood the oral statement as defamatory. Slander is written defamation or a published false statement.
Then people wonder what they have to do to show that they are being harassed by a gang in court. The police and the “court system” may not be on your side and you may very well have to do your own work for your case. You are looking to prove violations of the laws as stated above. So, make your evidence point in the direction of proving those violations.
A. Have people witness what you are experiencing so they can testify for you in court.
B. Take a video camera with you wherever you go. Videotape the perpetrators and their actions against you. Keep getting more footage. It’s best if you can show the SAME people who are after you or your family.
C. Keep detailed written records and notes of gang stalking activity.
D. Take pictures of what is happening and what is happening with the stalking behavior.
E. Show your evidence to other people; friends, family, private detectives, lawyers.
F. Install hidden security cameras around your residence, your vehicle, your office.
G. Communicate with other survivors of organized, group or gang bullying. There are online groups and anonymous blogs that can offer you support.